There is no space between my thighs. I’m not sure there was ever a space there. I was born with chubby baby thighs, and they kind of just … stayed. I envy girls with bony knees and thin legs that nearly buckle. But I am not one of the lucky elite. Soooo, jeans suck. Seriously, I hate buying denim. I know most women live in their favorite pair of jeans, but truth be told, I don’t really have a favorite pair of jeans. They’re only okay. And I spend money on jeans. I get that expensive jeans do more for your butt than their less-pricey counterparts. Girls with knobby knees can rock the cutest pairs of Old Navy jeans and look fan-tastic, but girls with butts and thighs, we need thick fabric, sturdy pockets, and stellar cuts. And skinny jeans … those are even tougher.
After my long and windy diatribe about my chubby thighs, I suppose I should introduce to you the object of my affection … or so I hope … the latest in denim technology (oh yes, they require an abundance of technology): 7 For All Mankind Slim Illusion Jeans.
The 7 For All Mankind Slim Illusion Jeans, described by many as the Spanx of denim (oh Spanx, how I love thee), boast the “latest in denim technology that makes you feel at least one size smaller. Tighter construction and intense stretch create a sexy slim silhouette, while exclusive technology provides total shape recovery, making this the perfect fit.” Sign me up.
Above is the NYC 7 For All Mankind (via Lucky Magazine’s Instagram) storefront window featuring the skinny breakdown. Clever advertising.